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Before undertaking measurements on the Archimedes with a new sensor, the system must be calibrated. Once the system has been installed with water and reference fluid, the sensor aligned and optimised, the Archimedes should be calibrated using NIST-traceable standards.

Products:
Archimedes
Date:
March 23 2015
Language:
English
Morphologi software update v10.20 Software update page

Products:
Morphologi 4-ID
Date:
March 18 2019
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Products:
MicroCal PEAQ-ITC Automated
Date:
March 20 2019
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Sodium alginate, the sodium salt of alginic acid, is a polysaccharide harvested from algae, specifically brown seaweeds. Due to its similar function to cellulose in plants, sodium alginate possesses a structural integrity which results in a viscous gum that forms when it interacts with and absorbs water. Because of this, sodium alginate lends itself to applications in the food industry where it thickens solutions, dehydrates and/or expands upon the presence of water, or serves as a protective gel or coating for drug delivery. To produce these end products, manufacturers and researchers must be able to identify and relate the physical properties of sodium alginate samples with specific molecular properties, such as molecular weight, intrinsic viscosity, and molecular size, that are appropriate for each application. As such, the accurate analysis and molecular weight characterization of sodium alginate is of paramount importance.

Products:
OMNISEC system
Date:
March 23 2015
Language:
English

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